The following was originally written for and published by Revolution Now Magazine.
In a document released Monday, the White House unveiled President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for the 2020 fiscal year. Some of the largest cuts went to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the State Department, and a $8.6 billion increase in funding for a southern border wall was proposed - a clear signal that the President does not intend to back down from his long-standing campaign promise. Regardless of whether or not the budget plan is put into action, it gives the American people a look into the Trump administration's agenda for the upcoming years.
Here are some of the most significant department cuts proposed in the White House’s budget plan: